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Re: The Kveinys Variation by Andrew Martin
Reply #1 - 08/04/21 at 13:26:35
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LC0 doesn't think white has much more than 60% (a variety of ways), seems to do reasonably on the database so it passes the basic tests Smiley

Bc5 iso Nc6 is definitely the idea from the database. 

Honestly it strikes me to some degree as a trap in that 5 Nc3 isn't great, but unfortunately 5 Nc3 Bc5 appears liable to end in a lot of very fast forced draws.

White is seemingly a bit better after c3, Nb3 etc but nothing tragic.

You'll want an answer you're happy with after 5 Be3. 5.. Qxb2 is going to need some study to be happy defending it and 5.. Bc5 6 Na3 is seemingly pleasant for white and has several games in the database.
  
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The Kveinys Variation by Andrew Martin
08/04/21 at 12:45:37
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I was just browsing the net and saw this, The Kveinys Variation : 1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 e6 3 d4 cxd4 4 Nxd4 Qb6 by Andrew Martin. It is an older DVD and I tried looking on chesspub for any reviews and did not find anything. Anyone happen to watch it and like to share a review? Anyone play it and like to share their experience with it? I always like off beat opening and it looked ok. I looked at the Grivas once, not sure if this tranposes to it or has independent value. Thanks.
  
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